Immigration Archive

Inadmissibility Into Canada – Does My DUI Offence Count?

Are you considering travelling to Canada? You should probably reconsider your decision if you have received a DUI or DWI (driving under influence or driving while impaired) conviction in the within the past ten years. Under Canadian immigration regulations, anyone seeking to enter the country must meet all the immigration requirements before they are permitted […]

Essential Questions To Ask A Prospective Immigration Lawyer

It’s not as if the average visa applicant has the kind of knowledge required to put the skills and experience of an immigration lawyer to the test. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for asking such professionals to justify themselves as the best possible choice for the job. After all, the importance of […]

What To Do If You Lose Your Passport In Spain

During traveling you may lose your passport. If the unfortunate happens while in Spain, you need to do the following: 1. The first thing you need to do is to contact the National police popularly known as Policia National and file a report. Remember that it is the national police not the local police. This […]

Immigration reform tussle has electoral repercussions

The fate of the United States immigration reform could be a turning point on whether the House of Representatives, which is controlled by the Republican, will embrace a road to citizenship for 11 million immigrants who are undocumented. There has been continuous opposition to an all-inclusive bill and there is a possibility of there being […]

Episcopal Campaign To Fix Immigration Reform

The Catholic priests and bishops are soon to walk in a political rally in an attempt to demand modification of the existing immigration policy.  The Catholics are the only religious group in Congress, having over 30 per cent of the members in the House, including Speaker John A. Boehner and 60 other Republican senator. In […]